Descriptor and Table of Contents (1 of 24) for 3GPP TS – Mobile radio interface Layer 3 specification – Core network protocols; Stage 3. 3GPP TS End to end quality of service concept and architecture. 3GPP TS Architecture Principles for Relase 3GPP TS Mobile radio . 3GPP TS specifies that a UE should delete its stored TMSI and LAI after a the RRC connection establishment cause is definedwithin 3GPP TS
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A factorization of a rectangular matrix real or complex. International Telecommunication Union Radiocommunication sector.
3GPP TS (1 of 24) – Mobile radio interface layer 3: Core network protocols
Inverse Discrete Fourier Transform. The typical averaged distribution of power of a ts24.0088 impulse response across the different path delays. It is not necessarily applicable in all frequency bands. The LTE radio access technology.
A form of transmit diversity whereby a different phase shift is applied to each Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing OFDM subcarrier on at least one of the multiple transmit t2s4.008 from which the subcarrier is transmitted, thereby increasing the frequency selectivity of the radio channel.
It contains a routing parameter which can be used to route the establishment of a signalling connection to a Core Network CN node within a CN domain. MU-MIMO involves multiple UEs communicating simultaneously with a common base station using the 3fpp frequency and time-domain resources, being separated only in the spatial domain by means of multiple antennas at the base station.
An indicator sent on the X2 interface between eNodeBs to indicate which resource blocks will be used for cell-edge UEs. ISI is usually caused by frequency selectivity in the propagation channel, giving rise to time-domain dispersion. A term used to indicate that an item needs to be decided in the future.
The ts24008 carrying the least weight in a binary word.
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A transmit diversity technique involving the transmission of multiple copies of a data stream using multiple antennas and multiple symbol periods, in order to improve the 3vpp of the received data. The coupling network allows Radio Frequency RF common mode current disturbance signals through the various conductors to the equipment under test, while the decoupling network is designed to handle signals emitted by the equipment under test.
It models a scattering environment which is considered to be typical in a urban area. Used in defining performance requirements. 3vpp
Absolute Radio Frequency Channel Number. X Message Authentication Code. The ratio of the transmitted energy per resource element between the Primary Synchronization Signal PSS and the downlink RS, used in defining performance requirements.
A measure of the amplitude of a sound wave, measured in dBPa. An indicator sent on ts24.08 X2 interface between eNodeBs to indicate physical layer measurements of the average uplink interference plus thermal noise for each Resource Block RB.
A zone where the correlation between a Zadoff-Chu ZC sequence and a cyclic-ly shifted replica of the same sequence is equal tozero. A modulation scheme conveying one bit per symbol, whereby the values of the bit are represented by opposite phases of the carrier. It is the ratio of the Root Raised Cosine RRC weighted gain per carrier of the repeater in the pass band to the RRC weighted gain of the repeater on an adjacent channel.
RTD usually refers to twice 3pp one-way propagation delay for a radio signal between a source node and a destination node.
Generalizations are possible for higher dimensions. Allocation and Retention Priority. Under this condition a throughput requirement has to be met for a specified reference measure- ment channel.
This code is calculated based on the Access Stratum AS keys, the message itself, the radio bearer ID, the direction i. It allows parameters e. A statement made by te24.008 supplier of an implementation or system claimed to conform to a given specification, stating which capabilities have been implemented.
An identity which is dynamically 3gpp by the UE ts2.4008 the UE-requested bearer resource activation, modification and deactivation procedures. A PWS provides the ability to broadcast warnings to alert the public to major emergencies, such as natural and other disasters. A pair of distributed VRBs is mapped to a pair of PRBs such that one of the PRBs occupies one set of 12 subcarriers in the first slot of a subframe and the other PRB occupies a different set of 12 subcarriers in the second slot of the same subframe.
This is used in UMTS. A measurement defined as the total received wideband power observed by a UE from all sources, including co-channel serving and non-serving cells, adjacent channel interference and thermal noise within the measurement bandwidth.
LTE comprises a new radio interface and radio access network architecture. A RAU can also be performed periodically, with the time interval being set by the network.
Stream Control Transmission Protocol. The conversion of a parallel set of sequences of symbols to a single serial sequence, usually by mapping a symbol or group of symbols from each of the parallel sequences in turn to the serial sequence.
A MAP estimator estimates the most likely transmitted fs24.008 given an observed 3gp. The warnings are initiated by Warning Notification Providers, and delivered by means of cell broadcast messages. The RAC identifies a routing area within a location area. The data rate provided to one logical channel before allocating any transmission resource to a lower-priority logical channel.
It is transmitted twice in each 10 ms frame. An RV is a particular set of systematic and parity bits transmitted from a channel-coded data packet. A method of multiplexing different data sig- nals by means of different codes, rather than different frequencies or timeslots.